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How to be safe : a novel / Tom McAllister.

By: McAllister, Tom [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New York : Liveright Publishing Corporation, a division of W. W. Norton & Company, [2018]Edition: First edition.Description: 232 pages ; 22 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781631494130; 1631494139.Subject(s): Life change events -- Fiction | Women teachers -- Fiction | City and town life -- Fiction | City and town life | Life change events | Women teachers | FICTION / Literary | FICTION / Small Town & RuralGenre/Form: Black humor (Literature) | Satire. | Fiction. | Black humor. | Satirical literature.DDC classification: 813/.6 Summary: Recently suspended for a so-called outburst, high school English teacher Anna Crawford is stewing over the injustice at home when she is shocked to see herself named on television as a suspect in a shooting at the school where she works. Though she is quickly exonerated, and the actual teenage murderer identified, her life is nevertheless held up for relentless scrutiny and judgment as this quiet town descends into media mania. This is a piercing feminist howl written in trenchant prose, a compulsively readable, darkly funny expos? of the hypocrisy that ensues when illusions of peace are shattered.
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Recently suspended for a so-called outburst, high school English teacher Anna Crawford is stewing over the injustice at home when she is shocked to see herself named on television as a suspect in a shooting at the school where she works. Though she is quickly exonerated, and the actual teenage murderer identified, her life is nevertheless held up for relentless scrutiny and judgment as this quiet town descends into media mania. This is a piercing feminist howl written in trenchant prose, a compulsively readable, darkly funny expos? of the hypocrisy that ensues when illusions of peace are shattered.

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